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Video: Ratchet & Clank: All 4 One Launches on PS3 Today
Insomniac Games Senior Community Manager James Stevenson has announced that Ratchet & Clank: All 4 One launches on PS3 today with the opening cinematic video posted below!
To quote: Insomniac Games is proud to announce the release of Ratchet & Clank: All 4 One in North America.
The first four-player co-op Ratchet & Clank game finds Ratchet, Clank, Qwark, and Dr. Nefarious captured by the mysterious Creature Collector and transported to the dangerous Planet Magnus.
The four will have to work together to survive the planet, and unravel its mysteries. Featuring a huge and upgradable weapon arsenal, All 4 One will take players on a journey through vibrant environments and breathtaking vistas, pitting you against seemingly invincible creatures and robotic minions of the Creature Collector.
The optional stereoscopic 3D support brings the 3D CG movie experience at home so you can experience Ratchet & Clank in a whole new way.
To get you even more excited - we wanted to bring you the first cinematic from the game that sets the stage for our heroes' intergalactic adventure:
We've got even more great content for you to check out today as well. Want to see the Behind the Scenes and learn how All 4 One was made? Check out the first Dev Diary from the folks in North Carolina!
That's all for now, we hope to see and play with you online tonight on planet Magnus! Dibs on Qwark!
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10-18-2011 #2HeyManHRU Guest
Seems like a great game for kids , I hope they make a new Crash Bandicoot game soon too.
10-19-2011 #3GrandpaHomer Guest
Looks like a great addition to previous 3 installments but there is NO way I'm gonna pay a full whack the all online retailers is asking for it right now. I'll wait patiently till the price drops and with bit of luck will get this under the tree - might even get two if the price is right then to be able to play online with rest of the familly ...
Where are those all good times when you can get on preorder games £10 - 15 cheaper (and more than £20 less comparing to RRPs) - now all those bastards keep the same prices just bellow 40 quid varrying only by a few pennies ... And on top of it - Sony then charges for a digital copy only from PSN £50+ and that's even more then year after release - how pathetic. But now - this is defo NOT a wrong pricing strategy - let's just blame it all on "piracy" - yeah sure!